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Grid Reliability clears the House, Botnet taken down by owner
Tens of thousands of federal employees may have their pay raises cut under the General Schedule for earning better raises under NSPS. Federal Managers Association's Patricia Niehaus explains.
The Professional Services Council is concerned that agencies could misinterpreted the policy letter as a mandate to insource. PSC's Alan Chvotkin explains why.
The ACT-IAC Voyagers Program is a leadership development program for "rising stars" in both government and industry who have a high potential for future advancement. We learn more from 2010 industry chair, Tristen Yancey.
NSPS move cuts raises of 11,000 feds, Twitter hiring a government liason, A 2009 baby will cost $222,360 to raise, USDA
Bill would put DHS in charge of all civilian networks
Treading carefully is expected slow down the budget process on the Hill even further. Details from American Banker's Jodi Schneider.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has turned to Google to store 10 terabytes of bulk data. David Kappos, Undersecretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property, explains.
Small businesses will play an important role in the new procurement reform strategy at USAID. We get details from the Director of the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, Mauricio Vera
NASA and its partners are making an effort to save both time and lives with new technology. Details from WTOP's Kristi King and NASA's George Theodorakos